During Bones' stay in England, the daughter of an American businessman is murdered. The businessman insists that the FBI help with the case, so Booth and Bones investigate. Meanwhile, Angela's husband shows up at the Jeffersonian.
After doing a guest lecture at a British University, Dr. Brennan and Booth are asked to investigate the death of a young woman. Her father is a wealthy American businessman working in the U.K.. Their counterparts assist them in the investigation. Meanwhile Angela's husband arrives at the Jeffersonian, he is not interested in divorcing her. Written by
Originally aired as season premiere 2 hour episode. See more »
A member of the rowing team pronounces "coxswain" as "cock swain" (etymologically correct, but still wrong) instead of "cox'n". Usually shortened (particularly by people involved in rowing, as they are!) to "cox". See more »
Routemaster (that's the red doubledecker ones) buses do not even EXIST anymore. Not everyone in Britain is part of the aristocracy and is friends with the Queen. A lot, and I mean a LOT of buildings in London are very modern - in part due to the blitz. And no, we do not all talk like that. I've seen the actors in this in other things and they do not talk like that. Did they ask British actors to put on an even more ridiculous accent?
Seriously, America, I thought we were over all this?
I had a feeling this show wouldn't recover after the stunt they pulled in the season 3 finale, and I was right. The characters were particularly unlikable in this episode - as another reviewer said - they were much more interested in childish "who-likes-who" games than any kind of forensic crime-solving activity.
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